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Anonymous (not verified)

February 24, 2020

I saw the pictures of Edna CINTRON the edge of the gaping hole left by the Jet in a desperate expectation that we know of any help. I listened to the recording of the distress call from Melissa DOI Emergency Service 911 or the poor American girl describes the intense heat of the fire she suffered. I still hear him say with awe "I Died ... I am gonna mo ... Uriri" in a voice sometimes rebellious and sometimes frightened scared. I read the story of Betty Ong a flight attendant on Flight 11 who remained in contact with the ground to tell what was going on board his plane. I just lived in the U.S. I just worked there I evolved alongside people fully comparable to those who died in both towers. I liked the people I knew at that time and who welcomed me in an exceptional way. I have not forgotten.

Posted by Hilleret

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